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EMS Finance Directors: How to turn your E&O stock back into cash with our tailored In-Plant solution

EMS Finance Directors:  How to turn your E&O stock back into cash with our tailored In-Plant solution
Is your senior management team committed to driving down excess and obsolete inventory levels? Read on to find out how we can help as Kenny McGee, CEO of Component Sense, highlights how to turn your E&O stock back into cash. Management awareness of the impacts of excess or obsolete (E&O) inventory is vital. Recently the US Supply Chain Resource Cooperative identified a number of characteristics associated with a properly developed excess and obsolete (E&O) inventory strategy published on 20 April 2018 in EPS News. The most obvious of which is.... E&O should be viewed as pure cash. Source: Excess &...

InPlant ... in 60 seconds

InPlant ... in 60 seconds
An inventory solution for large multi-site OEM and EMS companies Our InPlant system: We realise that minimising Excess and Obsolete components (E&O) is not your core business. We can manage your stock for you without physically removing it from your warehouse. We collect the necessary data to market and sell the stock. This includes collecting date codes and photographs. We pay full price for your parts and can often provide Positive Purchase Price Variance (PPV) - a common measure within the EMS sector. Click here to read further information on our InPlant system. Follow @kennymcgee_cs

White Paper - Lean Manufacturing and Supply Chain Solutions

White Paper - Lean Manufacturing and Supply Chain Solutions
Overview Lean Manufacturing is a concept which is largely derived from the Toyota Management System. The implementation of the associated techniques aligned with a philosophy of Sustainable Continuous Improvement is necessary to any Manufacturing organisation which would like to be considered World Class. The main Lean principals have been adopted and applied to manufacturing processes the world over and these principals are now commonplace in all blue chip companies. As such lean should not be considered to be a program or short term cost reduction project, but a total mindset, a culture and the way the company thinks and operates....

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